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Unbundled Legal Services

Definition - What does Unbundled Legal Services mean?

Unbundled legal services is when a lawyer does not take on the entire bundle of a client's legal requirements but, instead, takes on some of them. For example, an attorney may not represent a client in a trial. However, they may look over legal documents or attend court hearings on behalf of the client.

Justipedia explains Unbundled Legal Services

The benefit of unbundled legal services is that the client can still get a certain amount of legal assistance without having to pay the lawyer to do the entire job of representing the client. This is a good option for people who wish to save money by representing themselves, but who also need some assistance from a lawyer. It can also be beneficial for lawyers, because it allows them to pick up some business without having to take on an entire case.

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